SCANDALOUS NIPPLE MAN HAS BEEN CAUGHT
Authorities have been hunting the Scandalous Nipple Man for three years, in Kyoto, Japan. Toshihiro Fujikuma is a warped public transit weirdo who would play with his nipples while staring at strangers. His favorite targets were schoolgirls. Eventually, he finally exposed his junk to two girls on a train. People throughout Japan know him as the “nipple man” or the “nipple geezer”. This guy is being further investigated at this time, despite there being multiple internet photos that have circulated for several years.
PICTURES HAVE CIRCULATED ON SOCIAL MEDIA FOR YEARS
Pictures of the Nipple Man have been circulating on the internet. The pictures show a serious looking weirdo, his cardigan is open with a white shirt on. Fujikuma dresses well. He looks like a smart professor ready to head home and grade papers. Or maybe he looks like a computer geek ready to code. His fingers are on each nipple as he stares forward. No smiles, just a serious commitment to his warped nipple play. It’s truly warped behavior. It’s not the kind of thing you’d want to think of anyone even doing at home alone.
HE SHOWED HIS JUNK AND BUTTOCKS TO YOUNG GIRLS
Fondling your nipples while wearing a shirt is not illegal in Japan. It’s just kind of super weird. But the Nipple Geezer’s stare is like an assault. There seems to be many #metoo’s regarding the Nipple Geezer. Many people have posted pictures of this man on social media. Yet most people seem to think that he’s just a warped weirdo and not much of a threat. But then he started taking out his junk, too. That’s threatening. He also started flashing his buttocks to many women. That’s what you call public indecency, pretty much everywhere.
WARPED WEIRDO WAS A WELFARE CASEWORKER
The more surprising thing is that Fujikuma is a welfare caseworker in Ritto City. He was fired from his job soon after his arrest was made public. Authorities released Nipple man on bail. But we hope that this warped weirdo won’t be showing his nipples or junk or buttocks any time soon. That’s not the kind of welfare anyone needs.